109 F launches Spring Summer 2015 collection

109 F launches Spring Summer 2015 collection
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Leading women’s fashion apparel brand, 1090 F launched its much-awaited exuberant Spring-Summer 2015 line amidst the crème de la crème of Mumbai. The glamorous evening celebrating ‘young women achievers’ of India, was a huge success and the impressive fashion show was applauded by the guests.

Young women achievers Shipra Khanna, Shraddha Sharma, Krushna Patil & Aalia Furniturewala felicitated for their achievements

Leading women’s fashion apparel brand, 1090 F launched its much-awaited exuberant Spring-Summer 2015 line amidst the crème de la crème of Mumbai. The glamorous evening celebrating ‘young women achievers’ of India, was a huge success and the impressive fashion show was applauded by the guests.

The young achievers Shipra Khanna- winner of Master Chef India, one of the youngest Indians to scale Mt. Everest-Krushnaa Patil, YouTube sensation Shraddha Sharma and philanthropist Aalia Furniturewala, who have made remarkable contribution and achievements in their respective fields, were felicitated at the event by Pankaj Udhas, Meher Castelino, Viren Shah and PoojaBedi.

(From left) Pankaj Udhas, Rahul Mehta, Pooja Bedi and Viren Shah

The extravagant evening was hosted by the vivacious Suchitra Pillai and supermodels Carol Gracias, Deepti Gujral, Alicia Raut sashayed down the ramp with 1090F’s Spring Summer Collection 2015 and made it sizzling hot. Speaking at the occasion, Rahul Mehta, managing director, Creative Lifestyle said, “Our Spring Summer Collection is for the contemporary young women out there who work towards their dreams and make a difference.

We at 109F have always been committed to fostering a culture that empowers women and that is why we are using this platform to highlight and recognise achievements of young women who have contributed to society and are a source of inspiration to their peers.”

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